Schedule for Saturday, October 20 2012

12:00am - 3:00am
Hosted by: daniel
Anything can happen (and usually will)

 Anything goes tonight...lets see who drops in. 

3:00am - 6:00am
Hosted by: TBA
Pickle

further explorations into deep pickledom.

6:00am - 9:00am
Hosted by: Don Mclaren, Henry Weeks, mike mclaren, Wayne and Kathy
"Swing & Country" To Feature Local Artists

Three local musical artists who have been heard often on "Swing & Country"will be joining us in the KBOO Studio's on Saturday. Retta Christie will join us between 7:30 & 8:00 and we'll play some tunes from her body of work. Singer songwriter Dan Weber, who performed a live show in Studio 1 at KBOO on St. Patrick's Day, will perform live from Studio 2 on this visit. Dan will be on between 8:00-8:30. Pete Krebs, one of Portland's most versatile musicians, will bring "His Portland Playboys" down to KBOO to play their brand of Western Swing for the home stretch of "Swing & Country". All three artist's will have CD's availiable as thank you gifts for KBOO Memberships.

9:00am - 12:00pm
Hosted by: Dave Elliott, Gareth Jenkins, Rachel Gold
Bluegrass and Old Time Music
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Hosted by: Andrew Geller, Duane Goslar, kboomatt, Phil G, Sun Lee
Rosie McGee, Dancing with the Dead

Later October is simply lousy with tremendous Grateful Dead shows and at this point, it's very much a toss up as to what I'll play.  68?  72?  74?  76?  77?  78?  83?  89?  90?  91?  Tune in to know.

Plus I'll interview Rosie McGee, author of Dancing with the Dead, her new e-book largely about her life (1964-74) connected to The Grateful Dead and specifically Phil Lesh, her boyfriend from 1965-69. Learn where her name comes from (not birth), how the liner photos for Live Dead were shot, just how much fun Rancho Olompali was and much more.

2:00pm - 5:00pm
Hosted by: Yugenkelsaw
The Motif: Re-Imagine a Jazz Sensibility
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Hosted by: Aunt Joan
Blues
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Hosted by: TBA
Live at the Apollo Theatre!

Showtime at the Apollo Theatre!

... the Apollo probably exerted a greater influence upon popular culture than any other entertainment venue in the world. For blacks it was the most important cultural institution—not just the greatest black theatre, but a special place to come of age emotionally, professionally, socially, and politically.
10:00pm - 12:00am
Hosted by: DeenaB., PDX BioLogic
We love music and turntables.

 

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